Biennale Architettura 2016
Incremental urbanism as a way to deal with violence in the megalopolis.
Fighting the hegemony of twentieth-century industrial materials.
Quality spaces through natural means.
How to defeat the scarcity of urban land and how to enjoy nature without destroying it.
Water, public space, and urban violence.
Fighting the weight of dullness in the mediocre real-estate world.
Capturing new living behaviors and phenomena in the built environment.
Beyond the top-down or bottom-up cliché to improve the quality of architecture.
The quality of spaces for collective living.
Do not forget the countryside: a network of remote schools in South Africa.
Instensifying construction and taking time as an antidote to homogenity.
Humanitarian crisis, unconventional materials and structural mastery.